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Making Algebra Child’s Play

Making Algebra Child's Play In 1986, Dr. Henry Borenson revolutionized the teaching of algebra by developing a system that would enable children as young as 8 years of age to solve algebraic equations such as 4x + 3 = 3x + 10. After receiving a patent for Hands-On Equations, he started Borenson and Associates in…
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codeSpark Academy Newest Hour of Code Activity: Snoopy Snow Brawl!

codeSpark Academy is happy to announce its newest Hour of CodeTM activity: Snoopy Snow Brawl! Kid-coders around the world will be able to participate in this free coding activity for’s annual Hour of CodeTM event! Snoopy Snow Brawl allows kids to explore the world of coding with recognizable and lovable Peanuts characters on the award-winning learn-to-code platform developed by codeSpark.…
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Banyan Tales – Adventure Series & Morals for Kids

Banyan Tales is an animation adventure series for young kids with a focus on character building, a topic near and dear to parents, teachers, and counselors concerned about bullying and teaching good moral values, behaviors and social skills. Unlike other apps, BanyanTales strives to create a fun, learning environment to stimulate critical thinking, and your…
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Ways Technology Is Improving Your Health

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151 Leading Sites for Elementary Educators

Today’s elementary school kids grew up in the digital age, and they love computer-based activities and learn from them easily. Learning and sharing online isn’t just for students, though. There are hundreds of fantastic sites online to help elementary educators do their jobs as well. From educational videos to interactive games and even e-book publishers,…
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The Math Bingo

The Math Bingo Bingo is a game that has been played for well over a century. Many people relegate it to a pastime for older people, but bingo is actually an excellent way to teach math skills to young children as well. Sure, the basic game can teach number recognition from 1 to 75, but…
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Human Translation vs. Google Translate in 2015

Technology has come a long way over the past several decades. Before the computer age, people needed to take notes and write stories with pencil and paper. Businesses and students relied on neat penmanship and accurate listening to remember and save information from meetings and lectures. Researching took longer because of limited resources and the…
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